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River Road
A Scenic and Cultural Treasure

River Road, Bucks County

River Road in Bucks County has long been recognized as a scenic and cultural treasure. The area has been tested by three floods in 18 months, but now River Road is Back!!!. All repairs have been completed, and River Road is open for business and pleasure.

River Road Bucks County Businesses

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Kintnersville to Washingtons Crossing - 31 Miles - Scenic

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?Welcome to Moe?s!? is more than a greeting; it?s a way of life for the folks who customize each meal made fresh-to-order in front of every guest. All meals, including signature menu items like the Homewrecker burrito, Close Talker salad and John Coctostan quesadilla, are served with free chips and salsa. While Moe?s is best known for its burritos packed with a choice of more than 20 fresh ingredients, the menu also features kid?s, vegetarian, vegan and gluten-friendly options.

Since opening in 2002, Sellersville Theater has become a vital stop on the East Coast circuit for musicians and comedians. Specializing in an ambitious, eclectic mix of top name artists and great new talent, the delightful venue is renowned for its sound quality and intimate shows. Artists have included Emmylou Harris, Lisa Loeb, The Temptations, Roy Clark, Todd Rungren, Judy Collins and hundreds more. Located just off Route 309 between Montgomeryville and Quakertown, the theater sits next to the Washington House Restaurant, a Bucks County landmark offering casual fine dining.

The Barn Nature Center offers tours, birthday parties, and events to the Bucks County Community. We offer a setting where children can learn about, pet, play with, and interact with a wide variety of animals, including reptiles, birds, amphibians, mammals, fish, and bugs! Where else can you hold a madagascar hissing cockroach, hand-feed parakeets and cockatiels, take a picture with an 11 ft snake, feed our 100 lb Sulcata Tortoise, or pet rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs, or ferrets? We offer something for everybody! We offer daily tours to the public as well as larger events, including, but not limited to: birthday parties, field trips, school trips, Scouts events, etc.  We also have a rock climbing facility on-site that can be added to party packages or booked as a stand-alone event. The rock climbing area has a number of climbs for beginners to more advanced climbs for climbing enthusiasts. With over 30 foot walls, angled and tiered walls, there is something for everyone. We also have a game room, with pool, foosball, air hockey, etc. that can be utilized before or after rock climbing.

Heritage Creek Golf Club offers a fun golf experience with quality play in beautiful Bucks County. It features wide open views and rolling, countryside appeal. Nine holes of this planned 18-hole championship course are now open for play. Designed by internationally acclaimed golf course architect Kelly Blake Moran, the natural topography of this delicate landscape has been gently shaped to create a challenging Par 71. Emerald green fairways nestled along the Little Neshaminy Creek, unspoiled wetlands and lush forest provide a truly bucolic Bucks County golf experience. Two daily pin positions, rolling greens, doglegs and pesky bunkers all offer a variety of play that makes Heritage Creek Golf Club one of Bucks County's favorite 9-hole golf courses.

Your child deserves an education that is joyful, creative, substantive and balanced. Visit River Valley Waldorf School, in Doylestown or Upper Black Eddy Pennsylvania, to learn for yourself how our programs from preschool through grade eight help children become thoughtful, engaged, articulate young people. Just what the future needs!

Heritage Conservancy is an accredited not-for-profit conservation organization located in Bucks County, PA that specializes in open space preservation, planning for sustainable communities, natural resource protection, property stewardship, historic preservation, adaptive reuse of existing structures, wildlife habitat restoration and biodiversity. Since 1958, the Conservancy has been preserving this region's natural and historic heritage.